With its leader Manfred Weber tipped to succeed EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker, we take a closer look at the European People's Party (EPP).
What Europe does for me: new website launches on how EU money gets spent
Manfred Weber and Alexander Stubb have released campaign videos as they step up their bids to be the next president of the European Commission.
Polish MEP Ryszard Czarnecki has been ousted after a comment comparing a fellow MEP to a wartime informer denouncing Jews to the Nazis.
The first electronic signing of an EU legislative act took place on Wednesday in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
EP President Antonio Tajani
MEPs tackled state of Brexit negotiations at Parliament today
Catalans the world over have rallied in a show of support for independence.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
There are three main candidates seen as the frontrunners in the race to be European Parliament president The favourite is Italy’s Antonio Tajani: a former EU commissioner and someone who is close to e
Former Belgian Prime MInister Guy Verhofstadt says he wants the top job the European Parliament.
The Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, awarded each year by the European Parliament, has been given to two Iraqi Yazidi women who were held as sex slaves by ISIL and now campaign for human…
The European People’s Party has appointed Italian Antonio Tajani to be its candidate for the European Parliament’s presidency.
The president of the European Parliament has warned the UK it can’t pick and choose which parts of the Single Market it wants to keep when it comes to future Brexit…
EU ministers tread a fine line between pushing Ankara to heed their concerns about human rights without affecting diplomatic relations.
The European Parliament President Martin Schulz said the EU had a duty to respect the result of the Brexit referendum and criticised those who say “the institution never…
If you Google the word’s ‘trouble’ and ‘Europe’ the article list runs into pages. Hardly surprising really.
Europe’s in-tray of various emergencies